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The Business Timesweb site
JULY 13, 2005
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  • Nippon Yusen to raise stake in Nippon Cargo to 55%
    NIPPON Yusen KK, Japan's largest shipping line, said it will buy out All Nippon Airways Co's stake in Nippon Cargo Airlines Co to strengthen its airfreight business.
  • S'pore bunker sales to cool off from 2004 boom
    SINGAPORE's 2005 marine fuel market is unlikely to match the surprise double-digit year-on-year sales surge rise of the previous year, a government official said yesterday.
  • Daewoo Shipbuilding gets orders worth 260b won
    DAEWOO Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co, the world's second-largest shipbuilder, said it has received orders to build four container vessels valued at 259.5 billion won .
  • Indon navy launches anti-piracy operation
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  • A step closer to paperless checks
    WITH the ever greater emphasis on measures to improve safety and security at sea the associated bureaucratic demands on ships have, inevitably, grown greatly in recent years.

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 13, 2005
  • 2nd phase of Dalian's Dayaowan terminal opens
  • Yantian Port implements measures to simplify procedures
  • MacAndrews deploys new vessel on Indian service
  • SYMS commences new North Asia service from Singapore
  • Summer congestion at major European ports to relent
  • Portugal to take part in CSI
  • Qantas to offer seasonal services to Korea
  • TNT Express extends 'Express Import' service

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 13, 2005
  • GAC India expands network & portfolio
  • MacAndrews brings Cape Bonavista to Swahili Express Service
  • DGS' exam for seafarers sees 82 pc coming out with flying colours
  • 3 DLW-made locomotives to be exported to Sudan
  • Korean steel giant, Posco to develop captive port facility at Paradip
  • Environment Ministry clears decks for Alang to break Danish ship, Ricky
  • Tender process to be over by Oct.-end, depth plumbing to begin in November
  • Railways exceeds Q1 freight target
  • Easier flying for exporters!
  • BCHAA president R. Radhakrishnan on JNPT Board
  • Textiles Ministry hopeful of 25 pc rise in exports during 2005-06
  • Russia for new mechanism to bridge trade gap
  • Govt to ease norms for release of funds for textile parks
  • Anti-dumping duty imposed on MBTS from China
  • Assocham study estimates IT services exports to exceed $ 50 bn by 2008-09
  • GSPC locates more gas wells in K-G basin in Andhra

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Port of Le Havre appoints new director
  • MacAndres to add vessel to Swahili Express service
  • Qatar Airways to Singpore
  • USA to better safeguard train black box data
  • WCA Family forms new forwarder network in India

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Australian security zone plans dropped
  • Estonia not implementing ro-ro safety rules
  • EC slams Belgium and Hungary over waste reception facilities
  • OSG appoints Mats Berglund to head crude tanker business
  • MacGregor buys All Set
  • London seeks to lure cruise ships to Olympics

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Celebrity Cruises signs for newbuild at Meyer Werft

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 13, 2005
  • Restis' $230m Golden opportunity
    RESTIS shipping group of Greece has set in train its long-awaited initial public offering with a registration statement for Golden Energy Marine Corp, a newly established company combining the group's tanker arm with some of the bulkers it recently acquired from Malaysian International Shipping Corp.
  • London Club raps Brussels' crackdown on seafarers
    LEGISLATION that could criminalise seafarers was drafted by Brussels without consulting legal experts who have been involved in prosecution cases, a liability insurer claimed yesterday, writes Janet Porter.
  • Malaysian backlash at Malacca risk call
    MALAYSIAN Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy has lashed out at the declaration of the Malacca Strait as a war risk zone, claiming that the shipping lane is one of the safest in the world.
  • Battle to save BP's Thunder Horse
    BP FACES a potential disaster after its Thunder Horse floating production platform (right) was damaged by Hurricane Dennis when it crashed through the Gulf of Mexico, writes Martyn Wingrove.
  • P&O Nedlloyd to quit conferences and consortia
    LINER services around the world will be hit by the pending P&O Nedlloyd takeover as the line withdraws from more than a dozen conferences and consortia.

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Celebrity goes Post-Panamax
    CELEBRITY Cruises will begin construction of a new series of vessels at Meyer Werft and for the first time will enter the post-Panamax arena
  • Pakistan detains Indian vessel
    PAKISTAN has detained Indian registered general cargo ship Orient Prosperity for violation of port state control
  • Fleet expansion boosts Q Ship
    QATAR Shipping has posted impressive half year profits on the back of a buoyant market and new investments in the fleet expansion
  • Dredging monopoly threatened
    THE Brazilian government's moves to allow foreign dredging companies to tender for contracts has been attacked by the president of Brazilian company Dragaport
  • Santos delays prompt strike action
  • Grounded Kiperousa update
  • Spain's $300Bn transport plan
  • Spain yard sale: minister clarifies
  • Paranagua port in political battle
  • Gulf platforms reopen after Dennis
  • OSG in tanker spin-off
  • EU targets reckless pollution
  • Theft: Jamaica
  • Melbourne trial dredge welcomed

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Truckers eye PierPass payout
    Harbor trucking firms and their drivers are leveraging the new PierPass extended gates program to help boost their pricing power.
  • Export ABCs: Schedule B numbers
  • Parent of NYK Line acquires Nippon Cargo Airlines
  • NJ chassis bill advances
  • Injunction clears Vancouver gates
  • Canaveral gets space shuttle limits
  • FMC closes Guam rate case
  • Columbia River dredging begins
  • Maersk eyes Ghana box terminal
  • Menlo promotes Warner, Bassett

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Melbourne dredging facing renewed opposition
    The Victorian Government has formally approved a trial dredging programme (TDP) in Port Phillip Bay, but project opponents have begun a new campaign opposing all deepening work.
  • Rotterdam re-introduces scanning charges
  • China Shipping schedules Halifax call
  • SIPG buys into strategic Wuhan
  • Deadline finalised for Australian Customs changes
  • Luanda struggles to cope with demand
  • CMA CGM confirm 'another dossier' in its acquisition intentions
  • Grand Alliance rides the US Pacific NorthWest wave
  • Dunkirk fresh-food logistics facility to open its doors in early 2006
  • Hamburg Sud orders four more boxships
  • CCNI confirm their Asian bets, with new Chinese offices

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Restis' new enterprise
    Golden Energy is latest shipping IPO asking investors to ignore previous failure, but 2002 Enterprises Shipholding workout still rubs some raw.
  • Debut profit for Tschudi
    Diversified Norwegian shipping company rings up a result for Felix Tschudi.
  • EU moves against polluters
    Prison or fines of up to $1.8m face masters, owners, managers, charterers and class societies under new criminal regime.
  • State backs SCI order
    Indian owner wins government clearance for VLCC duo lined up at Daewoo.
  • Post panamax for RCCL
    Cruise line to splash out $640m on first wide hull ship for Celebrity subsidiary.
  • Riga line on the up
    New chartered ferry boosts volumes for Latvian owner on Stockholm route.
  • Baltic ferry numbers up
    Tallink, Viking and Eckero improve passenger figures in the first half.
  • Hamburg Sud in $250m deal
    German owner returns to Daewoo Shipbuilding for four costly 3,200-teu containerships.
  • Alstom yards quiet
    First quarter revenues drop as French shipbuilder awaits confirmation of MSC cruiseship order.
  • Vopak links with Kogas
    Partners to work together on plans for new LNG terminals in Asia.
  • Samho seals LNG and VLCC deals
    Hyundai group yard confirms orders for a gas carrier and tanker tonnage from Teekay and NITC.
  • Java Sea heads to Singapore
    Fire-damaged bulker to spend 50 days in repair yard after blaze off Cairns.
  • Tug Malta inks newbuildings
    Mediterranean island tug company orders two new craft at Damen Shipyards for delivery in 2006.
  • NYK takes flight
    Japanese shipping giant takes control of air freight company Nippon Cargo Airlines.
  • EIB funds Senegal ro-ro
    European Investment Bank's EUR10m loan to cover one-third of the cost of new sea link and port.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Maersk Sealand to pull P&O Nedlloyd from European conferences
  • Overseas Shipholding names Berglund as senior vice president
  • NYK gains control of Nippon Cargo Airlines
  • U.S. international air cargo declined 2% in May
  • Cathay shrugs off air freight traffic slowdown
  • UPS to offer express package services in China
  • UPS adds new ZIP codes to early-morning delivery service
  • IWLA asks BNSF to drop new demurrage rules
  • Authorities probe fatal crash of 2 CN trains in Mississippi
  • U.S. textile makers petition for protection from Chinese imports
  • Truckers urged to stop work in L.A., Long Beach ports for one day

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Greenpeace calls to boycott ship dismantling in India and Bangladesh
    In a joint press statement several green and labour groups, including Greenpeace and BAN (Basel Action Network), call to boycott ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • LA cargo volumes up, but demand remains dependent on price
    Container ship traffic is increasing but suppliers will need to be competitive to capitalise, say bunker suppliers.
  • Suppliers: Panama prices ignoring resupply costs
    Bunker prices soften further in Panama despite noises suggesting price levels are unsustainable when factoring in resupply costs.
  • EU sets penalties for pollution as legislation is adopted
    The European Union (EU) today adopted new measures against ships that pollute EU waters, setting penalties to be imposed on anyone who has been found to have caused or contributed to illegal pollution intentionally or by means of serious negligence.
  • Crude rebounds strongly as new tropical storm brews
    After three straight days of significant losses in crude oil prices, a sharp rebound occurred today amid anticipation that Hurricane Dennis may have dented US oil inventories, and the season's fifth tropical storm was brewing in the Atlantic.
  • Volgotanker may face huge tax claims after losing appeal
    After losing an appeal against a bill for 715 million rubles (around $26 million) in back taxes and penalties for 2001, total tax claims against Russia's biggest oil shipping company might eventually top 1 billion rubles.
  • Novorossiysk to expand oil export capacity
    The Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiysk is planning major investments to boost its loading capacity for crude oil and oil products in a bid to maintain its position as Russia's largest oil port.
  • Green initiatives save NYK group millions in fuel costs
    NYK estimates that during the fiscal year 2003, environmental efforts saved the company '1.6 billion, or $14.5 million, mainly in reduced fuel costs.
  • Singapore: Market growth continues but at slower pace
    Government officials in Singapore have said that growth in the republic's bunker market this year is unlikely to match that seen in 2004, but will still be significant.
  • Oman: BP Marine opens "showcase" Salalah terminal
    BP Marine announced today that the conmpany's new "showcase" land-based terminal will open at Salalah this week.
  • Rotterdam barge bids/offers wide apart this morning
  • Indian project set to dampen Colombo's bunker market
    India's deep-sea dredging project, or the Sethusamudram project, looks set to have a negative impact on Colombo's bunkering activities.
  • Indian refinery ships diesel through Bangladeshi river
    Indian-based barge operator has started to ship consignments of diesel from Numaligarh refinery in Assam through a Bangladeshi river route.
  • Attractive offers from FAL Oil for Pakistan tender
    UAE-based FAL Oil has made the most attractive offer on a July-August fuel oil buy tender from Pakistan State Oil.

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